Craig tablet Owners?

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Mar 5, 2012 4:32:35 PM via Website

To be completly honest, it's ok if all you wanna do is check emails and read ebooks.:wacko::. This certain model of tablets DOESN'T allow you to have the Android market or to get any apps from there either. Its comes with a pre-installed "market" alternative SAM 4.0 which is a third party program
So basicly you download at your own risk. And the battery drains super fast. The ONLY way I would recommened it is to someone who knows and has done their research on this tablet. I learned the hard way this is my 2nd tablet, my first one totally kicked the bucket! The term I guess is "BRICKED" thats when its complety not functioning.:huh:

Mar 5, 2012 5:50:33 PM via Website

Yeah that's true. I've thought about rooting it, but I've read ALOT of horror stories that people have posted. But on the otherhand I've read some positive one's also just as long as its done correctly.But I have no idea how to do that,or where to get the correct software?

May 22, 2012 2:51:27 PM via Website

Valerie Pharr
Does anybody else have a Craig Tablet, I myself have the CMP738b also listed as "rk2818sdk"?

Just got a 744a with a battery that doesn't hold charge. Any clues on how to open this thing to get to it?. I see 2 screws but there must be adhesive as well I'm guessing cuz it does kinda resemble a giant Ipod touch.

May 22, 2012 3:24:02 PM via Website

ernest spiteri
Valerie Pharr
Does anybody else have a Craig Tablet, I myself have the CMP738b also listed as "rk2818sdk"?

Just got a 744a with a battery that doesn't hold charge. Any clues on how to open this thing to get to it?. I see 2 screws but there must be adhesive as well I'm guessing cuz it does kinda resemble a giant Ipod touch.

Be really really careful if your gonna do that. Wouldnt want to void your warranty.